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pulmonary

1. of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. having lungs or lunglike organs
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8) The affected fetus may also demonstrate skeletal dysplasias, the defining facial features of the syndrome, and pulmonary hypoplasia visible on ultrasound.
A syndrome of ankylosis, facial anomalies and pulmonary hypoplasia secondary to fetal neuromuscular dysfunction.
Syndrome of camptodactyly, ankyloses, facial anomalies, and pulmonary hypoplasia (Pena-Shokeir syndrome): Obstetric and ultrasound aspects.
A high resolution CT scan at six months of age showed patchy consolidation in the posterior segments of the right and left upper lobe and minor atelectasis around apical segments of both lower lobes, with no evidence of pulmonary hypoplasia.
Pulmonary hypoplasia may contribute to respiratory insufficiency in children with giant omphalocele.
Undertaking these investigations would exclude or confirm presence of pulmonary hypoplasia, bronchomalacia and pulmonary hypertension as contributing factors to respiratory failure and form the basis of recommendations for appropriate ventilatory support.
In a study of 28 fetuses suspected to be at risk for pulmonary hypoplasia, a reactive Doppler ultrasound test was 93% accurate in predicting neonatal survival.
Our hypothesis was that a fetus with lethal pulmonary hypoplasia would have no change from the room air baseline in the Doppler flow pattern in a branched pulmonary artery after maternal hyperoxygenation," said Dr.
Their study showed that at 26 weeks' gestation, those with normal pulmonary development had high signal intensities, while those with pulmonary hypoplasia had low signal intensities (Pediatr.
The risk of pulmonary hypoplasia when PPROM develops between 16 and 26 weeks' gestation can be as high as 50%, and prolonged oligohydramnios can also lead to in utero fetal deformation.

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